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What happens when you pour boiling water over a man at minus 36C

By The Siberian Times reporter
19 January 2016

Video shows the spectacular result in Sosnovoborsk, Krasnoyarsk region.

'I agreed with my brother on a bet that he will pour a bucket of hot water over me from the 6th floor.'  Picture: Smotret vsem

The anonymous man behind the film explained: 'We came up with this spontaneously. I agreed with my brother on a bet that he will pour a bucket of hot water over me from the 6th floor, while I had to stay dry, and would not be scared, because it was minus 36C degrees outside.  

'I relied on the laws of physics. The water should not fly to the ground, but evaporate into the air. In the experiment were two people, we poured three or four buckets. There were no injuries, no claims and complaints.'

But it looked spectacular. 

'I relied on the laws of physics. The water should not fly to the ground, but evaporate into the air.' Pictures: Smotret vsem

Instant fog in Sosnovoborsk


Instant fog in Sosnovoborsk


Instant fog in Sosnovoborsk


Instant fog in Sosnovoborsk


Instant fog in Sosnovoborsk


Instant fog in Sosnovoborsk


Comments (1)

i know it is silly what they are doing. but great pics and video. and suppose most important for the two guys.. got then 2 minutes fame... and the SibTimes many extra clicks...
Benedikt, Moscow,Russia
20/01/2016 11:46
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